A gold color metal and enamel device 1 1/8 inches (2.86 cm) in height overall consisting of a gold eagle displayed and standing on a dark blue horizontal diamond shaped device edged gold on which is centered a dark blue globe gridlined gold; from the diamond extending outward is a series of rays terminating at a semicircular scroll inscribed "SERVICE TO SOLDIERS" in dark blue letters. This insignia is to be worn in pairs.
Golden yellow (gold), one of the colors of the Finance Corps, signifies the unit's relationship to the Corps. Blue, one of our national colors, is associated with prestige. The eagle, a national emblem featured on some of our coins and paper currency, is symbolic of the unit's swift performance of its mission. The diamond shape is adapted from the branch insignia of the Finance Corps. The globe alludes to its worldwide services as do the rays extending to all points of the compass. The rays also refer to the numerous services provided by the unit to the soldier.
The distinctive unit insignia was originally approved for the U.S. Army Finance and Accounting Center on 1 November 1985. It was redesignated for the U.S. Army Finance Command on 8 March 1996. The insignia was redesignated for the U.S. Army Financial Management Command effective 1 May 2010.